Oct 6, 2010 Concord Grape Muffins Halved, seeded Concord grapes are an aromatic substitute for blueberries in this muffin recipe from In Jennie's Kitchen. Bread Breakfast/Brunch Fruit American Fall Bake Easy Recipes Kitchen 2 Reviews 4.0 4 0 Save Recipe Print Email Enlarge Credit: In Jennie's Kitchen A tender, light crumb bursting with pockets of grape jelly—the concord's skins and flesh melt into little pools of jam.Get the Recipe from 0 Save Recipe Print Email More from Saveur.com Ricotta Recipes Vegetarian Italian Recipes Avocado Recipes Buttery Shortbread Recipes Bread, Rolls, and Biscuits Related Links Ratings & Reviews (2) 5by brooklyngourmet on 2010-10-07 I literally cannot get enough Concord grapes. Last week I bought two pints from the Farmers Market, and they are so, so flavorful. More grape recipes, please!! 3by russeaime on 2011-09-13 I didn't realize that this is an egg-free recipe before I started making it! It is a great option if someone cannot eat eggs, but otherwise, I wouldn't recommend it. The texture of the muffin is a bit odd - somewhere between a scone and a biscuit. The concord grapes are a nice touch though, and I think the idea of substituting them for blueberries is a great idea. Your Comments Please log in to leave a comment. Not a member yet? Sign up here. User Name * Password * Forgot your user name or password?